Fabrizio Esposito is a postdoctoral fellow at UCLouvain and an extramural fellow at the Nova Law School (Lisbon). Previously, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Tel Aviv University. He received an LL.M. from the European University Institute, where he recently defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Law and Economics United in Diversity: Minimalism, Fairness, and Consumer Welfare in EU Antitrust and Consumer Law". During his Ph.D., he held a visiting position at the University of Helsinki, and was a Global Visiting Fellow at UCLouvain. He studies the relationship between economics, EU law, and legal theory with a particular focus on antitrust and consumer law. Fabrizio's research was published in journals such as: the European Review of Contract Law, the European Journal of Risk Regulation, the European Competition Journal, the Journal of Consumer Policy.


Postdoctoral researcher UCLouvain
UCLouvain - JURI
Place Montesquieu 2/L2.07.01
1348 Louvain-la-Neuve





Research Areas

Internal market

Consumer law

Competition law

Digital markets


Law and economics

Legal theory



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